Thomas G. Lawson

Thomas Graves Lawson
Thomas G. Lawson
Born (1835-05-02)May 2, 1835
Eatonton, Georgia
Died April 16, 1912(1912-04-16) (aged 76)
Eatonton, Georgia
Nationality American
Occupation Politician
Known for Politician and American Civil War soldier

Thomas Graves Lawson (May 2, 1835 – April 16, 1912) was a Georgia.

Early life

Born near Macon, Georgia, in 1855. He studied law.

Married Mary Frances Reid (1835-1915) in 1860, Eatonton, Putnam County, Georgia.

Career

Lawson was Constitutional Convention in 1877. He served on the board of trustees of Mercer University and the Eatonton Male and Female Academy. Lawson served as judge of the Superior Courts of Ocmulgee circuit from 1879-1887. He engaged in farming near Eatonton from 1888 to 1891.

Lawson was elected as a

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